Driving Through NYC In A Lamborghini Shows Cars Get Catcalled, Too

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If you thought it was tough walking the streets of New York City as a human being, wipe your tears away.

It’s actually harder being a luxury supercar, like a Lamborghini or a Ferrari. Everyone’s scoffing at you and catcalling you.

It’s disgusting. People won’t stop taking pictures of your front and your rear. Hell, passersby will even reach out and touch you. So, again, if you thought it was hard out there being a human being, think again. No one gets objectified like a supercar.

In a recent video uploaded to YouTube by Rego Apps, we’re taken on a wild ride through the streets of New York City, including parts of Forest Hills, Queens, and, of course, the heart of Manhattan.

In almost every second of the video, the Lamborghini is being treated like a prop.

Camera lights are flashing non-stop, people are calling their relatives and friends over to get a closer look…

The driver of the Lamborghini even leaves the car alone for five minutes and films what happens when no one’s piloting it. What happens next is just insane.

Check out the video above for a closer look at what it’s like to be a Lamborghini in NYC.

Read more: http://elitedaily.com/envision/walking-nyc-lamborghini-shows-supercars-get-harassed-video/857068/

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